Salome Kekana contributed a brace as Tshwane University of Technology (TUT) showed no mercy over Golden Ladies with a 5-0 drubbing in Pretoria in the Hollywoodbets Super League.
TUT maintained second position on the log with 55 points from 24 matches while Ladies are second from bottom with 16 points from 25 games.
In the Mother City University of Western Cape (UWC) missed an opportunity to keep TUT on their toes as they were held to a goalless draw by Durban Ladies.
Thinasonke Mbuli’s charges remain in third spot on the table with 50 points from 24 encounters while Durban Ladies moved up to 11th place with 25 points from as many matches.
Nompumelelo Nyandeni scored a hattrick as JVW Girls defeated Tsunami Queens 3-1 away from home to maintain fourth place with 45 points from 23 outings. The Queens remained at the bottom of the log with eight points in 25 games.
University of Johannesburg (UJ) and First Touch Academy played to 1-1 stalemate in the televised game. UJ are tenth on the standings with 26 points from 25 matches while the Limpopo side are fifth with 39 points from24 games.
In Mpumalanga Coal City Wizards went down 1-0 to Bloemfontein Celtic Ladies, a result that saw Wizards drop to 11th spot with 23 points in 25 outings while Celtic maintained their sixth place equal on points with First Touch from the same number of games.
Meanwhile the match between Thunderbirds Ladies and MaIndies Ladies didn’t play due to miscommunication about the venue.
According to a statement on Thunderbirds’ Facebook the visiting team and match officials went to the Jan Smuts which was listed on the fixture instead of Sisa Dukashe which was they where they were actually supposed to play.